Detroit is the Motor City but, believe it or not, you don’t need to drive everywhere. Renowned restaurants, farmers markets, and tasting rooms can be found along easily walkable routes. So call a rideshare, grab your bike, or hop on public transit, because you won’t need your car to enjoy a leisurely summer walk in one of these local food hot spots.
Whether you’re planning a wedding, a family reunion, or a professional conference, don’t settle for a bland catered spread! Cater your occasion with an abundance of Michigan’s local food to make it extra special.
Detroit is full of chefs with hustle who can turn locally-grown ingredients into celebratory cuisine year-round. Here are 7 of our favorite caterers, each with their own style and specialities:
Everyone is asking questions about meat lately. Is it healthy? Is it sustainable? Should we be eating it all?
While you consider what to put on the table for dinner tonight, take a minute to consider skipping the usual beef, pork, or lamb, and opt for something new.
Here are three good reasons to choose local rabbit for dinner tonight.
Recent headlines are buzzing with great news for grocery shoppers in Detroit. We love our farmers markets, but we also need brick and mortar shops with staple ingredients, open throughout the week. Luckily, locals are stepping up to expand the options for healthful and delicious food in the city.
What the heck is hydroponics? If this sounds like Greek to you, it is. “Hydroponic” is Greek for “water-cultivation,” and that sums it up well: hydroponics is growing plants in water instead of soil.